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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - November 21, 1974, Lethbridge, Alberta 24 THE LETHBRIDGE HERALD Thursday, November 21. 1974 The Herald Family Getting involved makes old age happy experience OTTAWA (CP) Old age could be an enjovable ex penence if old people didn t Mt back and complain but managed to get involved That would take their minds off thur acnes and pains savs 77- Ida Olive I hate complamers There really so much to do Mrs Olive is a mother of seven grandmother of 18 and great grandmother of two She retired at 66 from her stenographer s job with the 'haplain services of the ffderal government, and says that three quarters of her time now is spent on senior citizen s work She is stepping down from her position as corresponding WINNERS The Ladies Auxiliary to the Rehabilitation Centre for the Handicapped QUILT Larry Fleming 4624 51st Ave Taber TABLECLOTH Mrs. Marie Brown 1417 17th Ave S secretary of the Ottawa Senior Citizen s Council but will remain on the executive Although she has retired as secretary of the United Senior Citizen s of Ontario (bSCO) she says she is busier than ever in their activities They know I like to be involved Ticking off the days of the week on her fingers she noted that on Monday she had an afternoon session on a cablevi- sion program, Coming of Age Tuesday she had a Spanish class and a club meeting Wednesday and Thursday a recreation and parks conference Mrs Olive can't wait for her senior citizen s work to ease up so she can get back to her ceramics classes at Carleton University her knitting and her books I think an awful lot could be done in the way of educating seniors We need more education to show them how happy they can be Mrs Olive is planning a holiday to Spam Her last holi- day was two years ago in Florida 'Don t tell me old people can t save and go places I ve saved monev and I m go- ing to Spain to spend it REQUIRED IMMEDIATELY Qualified drapery with sales ability. Salary negotiable depending on experience Phone for appointment 329-0712 BINGO SCANDINAVIAN HALL 229 12th St. 'C' N. FRIDAY, NOV. 22 DOORS OPEN AT 7 P.M. NEW GAME IN SO NUMBERS 4th, 8th, 12th Numbers or less 5 CARDS FOR POT OF GOLD Singie Winner First 12 Games Neighbors Receive 50e GOLD CARDS PAY DOUBLE EACH OC DOOR PRIZES 36 FREE CARDS 5 DRAWS FOR NEXT WEEK S 5 s o' age allowed 4 WiId' goat milking? "Are you sure this is a nanny-goaf" LCC student the only successful duo to get milk. The "tryharder" Penny Tagahashi seemed to be saying as she took prize went to Penny and Shirley Yuill The contest part m a goat-milking contest at the college this is part of the college's "Sadie Hawkins Week" The week Two billy goats and one nanny goat were brought Li'l Abner race will be held Friday at 1230 pm at to the college he contest, sponsored by LCC's the college, followed Saturday by the Sadie Hawkins agricultural club its nerd to say why the billy goats dance at the Whoop-Up building (extension to were there, as 10 two-member teams tried almost Pavilion) at the Exhibition grounds The band every method to get milk from the lone nanny goat performing will be Trapper Dan, from Calgary The team of Harvey Johnson and Brad Blimkie was Retiring parole board member 'hoping for reappointment9 OTTAW4 (CP) When you can t go home because vour house is being demolished and HERE'S THE SALE YOU'VE BEEN WAITING FOR! OPPORTUNITY SALE 2 DAYS ONLY! Friday ind Saturday. Nov. 22 and 23.1974 jou can t continue working be- cause you are a 65-year old federal employee where do go and what do you do0 These are questions Mary Lou Lynch now must contend after 41 in the law profession the last 14 as a member of the federal parole board She turns 65 the termina- tion point for the majority of federal careers, on Nov 27 She can t go back home to New Brunswick, philosnphicalh speaking because can ever go home again she says and practically speaking because her home built bj her grand- father, is being demolished to make way for a new business establishment She will remain, she says, in Ottawa and vows to "keep busy The future of the energetic lawyer is unknown even to herself "I won't know what I m doing until I'm doing it' she says In 1960 she accepted an ap- pointment as the first woman on the then five-member prison parole board, after 27 vears in the practice of law The appointment ran for 10 and was renewed in 1970 for an additional four years until she reached 65 "I'm the only lawyer on the she says Now, she waits and wonders Will Solicitor- General Warren Allmand decide to reappomt her to the board7 Mary Lou Lynch feels he should Chris Stewart How to pep up meetings Want to pep up a poorly attended annual meeting'' Do what the Happy Hour Bible Club Board did invite the families along and serve home made pie and coffee It worked for them The Norbndge Community church lounge was filled with eager participants with Jim Dunstan returning as president Winnie Hunt, named secretary and Ralph Wyton of Coaidale, returning as treasurer The responsibility of Christian parenthood was stressed by Rev. Harold Jost of the Evangelical Free Church when he dedicated five church youngsters Sunday including Rhonda Lee and Jody Anne, infant daughters of Mr and Mrs Arlo Neufeld, riryon James and Bryson Wayne sons of Mr and Mrs Ted Buzums of Coaidale and William Keith Feldbush. infant son Mr and Mrs Wil Feldbush of Lethbndge Local delegates to the 44th Annual Free Church Conference held in Edmonton were Irene Green and Ester Jost Also attending were Rev Harold Jost and board member Einar Tbomsen. Elected to the executive was Doug Munton, financial secretary Some 112 delegates, representing 31 churches in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba, attended Dedication day for the new educational wing at the First Baptist Church has been set for Jan 5 The new addition, necessitated due to the sharp increase in youth attendance con tains five classrooms and a lounge The expansion has been overseen by the six member Resources Commission of the church of which Deacon Shirley Sanford, is the only female Members are currently engaged in the program "Come Follow Me" designed to tram church goers to reach fringe peo- ple in the congregation Ten groups, meeting in local homes have been organized with a view to training church members in house-to-house visitation, plus enrichment in Bible study and training in public speaking BUI Skelton is in charge of the dis cipleship outreach with John Stanley, Sunday School superintendent Want to gain confidence' Join the Bridge City Toast- mistress' Club headed by Delilah Strand, president which meets every other Wednesday at 7 30 p m in the Bowman Arts Centre According to club representative Shirley Sanford, past president, it offers the best public speaking training, opportuni- ty to gain confidence and learn parliamentary procedure available anywhere Shirley, Delilah and treasurer Bndgette Pastoor were off to Choteau, Mont, recently to attend a Council Two meeting for a one-day workshop The Symphony Women's League will sponsor a bake sale in the Centre Village Mall from 6 to 9 p m Nov 28 Lillian Carnco is convenor, assisted by Kit Duckett and Louise Shaw The raf fie will include patch pocket quilt, gingerbread house and Christmas centrepiece Smiling Anna Vries was on hand again Sunday convening the entertainment and tea hour for patients at the Auxiliary hospital while a local fiddler played familiar old tunes Two individuals feted in the monthly celebrations at the Devon Home were Jessie Bartlett, 95, and John Coglin, 94 who received hearty well wishes at a social hour this week Joseph Fhpp, 85, was also feted as well as Margaret Enckson and Mary Slevin. Who's Looking After Your Children Today? It's hard on kids when their mum's away In fact it's hard on the family all around Take the pressure off by having a home- maker take care of your home amd your family until things are back to normal CALL HOMEMAKER SERVICE 327-5725 After Hour Emergencies Call 328-0919 COMPLETE JACKPOT BINGO This Thursday Evening, November 21st Sponsored by Ladies Aid of SI Peter and Si Paul Church STARTS P.M. HALL Corner 12th Street 8 and 7th Avenue North Jackpot 4! 1125 and a won every Thursday 2nd Jackpot in 59 Numbers 5th. 7 of Gold Per Cs-iJ c ;for Si 00 Also Free Cards, Free Games And A Door Prize PERSONS UNDER 16 YEARS NOT ALLOWED. 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